naphthenate


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naphthenate

A drier used in paints; made with naphthenic acid and lead, cobalt, calcium, or manganese salt.
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The purpose of this study was to assess the potential for using an oxidized polyethylene (MW~ 4,000) additive to improve the properties of creosote-treated wood in comparison with wood treated with nonamended creosote or copper naphthenate.
Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide used as initiator and cobalt naphthenate used as an accelerator were obtained from Akzo-Nobel (USA).
The product Copper Naphthenate Emulsion was chosen for use.
Immediately before starting the test the sodium naphthenate solution is added and mixed for 1 hour prior to the start of test.
This study used cobalt naphthenate as a promotor, and its properties are listed in Table 4.
The resin system as shown in figure 2.5.1 consists of General purpose Isoenthalpic polyester resign, MEKP is a catalyst and Cobalt naphthenate is an accelerator.
The respiratory health effects associated with wood dust come not only from the wood dust but also from the biological organisms such as endotoxins, [5] gram-negative bacteria (of the genus Rahnella),[B] and allergenic fungi and mold, which grow on the wood and from the chemicals such as formaldehyde, copper naphthenate, and pentachlorophenol used in the processing of some woods.
the first two letters of naphthenate with the first fours letters of palmitate," (32) but later had no chemical meaning as the composition changed to a different metal-soap and gasoline-gel formula.
The promoter used was cobalt naphthenate, CoN (10% in White spirits, Chekad Co.
Changes in biocomponents of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) sprayed with potassium naphthenate and naphthalene acetic acid.